Kylie comes back to camp the morning after her pool ordeal. Here she is with her counselor, Miss Cyndi
And the camp nurse, who took such great care of her, Miss Melissa
Kylie joins the 4th graders at game time. Look how tiny she is among her peers. That's her with the purse backpack.
Kade and his buddy Mason at craft time
Konner was sitting at the girls' table and when teased by Kathleen, said, "I like it here." And a girl chimed in, "It's okay for him to be here!"
Then he proceeded to put away the pink paint and go for blue!
Here's Kylie camp bed . . . Please note the shelf at the window that she has appropriated for all of her special things . . .
. . . Most notably, her Littlest Pet Shop collection, clothespin awards (given out throughout the week), toothbrush/toothpaste, and the all important deodorant. Does she NEED deodorant? Hardly, but that is beside the point. She thinks she needs deodorant and apparently it is a girl's rite of passage because she BEGGED me to get her some deodorant.
Here Kade is showing me just how long his fish was that he caught, about 17 inches, I think. So far he's got the record for biggest fish! He is VERY proud.
Kade with his group. He's the experienced one this year.
Konner on the other side. He's the newbie, but is taking it all in stride as is his way with most things. He's such an independent little guy.
Kylie joins the adoring throngs of 3rd and 4th grade girls who love Keri Lynn.
Kathleen and Keri Lynn
Kathleen at the lake. She can't wait until she's old enough to be a counselor herself. Only three more years!
Sweet boys. It's hard to believe that one day, by God's grace, they'll be grown up.